In the National Championship last year, Manu has won the gold medal behind Bhake
Isha also goes to Pune to take train training from the Olympic medalist Gagan Narang, resident of Telangana.
Taipei (Taiwan) 13-year-old Indian shooter Isha Singh won the gold medal in the women's junior category in the 10-meter air pistol of Asian Airgun Championship here on Saturday. He scored 240.1 in the final. Yun Sionjiong of Korea was successful in winning the silver medal Eun scored 235 Local player Chen Yu-yu was successful in winning bronze with a score of 214.8.
Another Indian shooter Devanshi Dhuma scored 110.7 in this class. They last ranked in the last 8th position. He scored 44.9 in the first round of first stage and 92.2 in the second, but could not reach the second stage.
Isha was also on top of Qualification
Isha was first in the qualification score of 576. He scored 96, 96, 96, 95, 96 and 97 in 6 rounds respectively. Korea's Joe Gyen, with 568, was second and Yun Sionjiang was at number 565 with a score of 565.
Last year, he won 5 medals in the national championship
Isha, who lives in Telangana, won gold medal in 10 meter air pistol leaving Manu Bhakra in the national shooting championship last November. Isha then scored 241, while Manu could score only 238.9 and he had to satisfy the silver medal. Isha won gold medal in that competition in the junior and youth category. In addition, he also won a silver and a bronze medal at the team event.
Five years ago began training for shooting
Isha is taking training in shooting from 2014. Earlier, he had an interest in playing karate and badminton. Isha regularly takes training in shooting at Gachei Complex Complex in Greater Hyderabad. However, he occasionally goes to Pune to take the training from Olympic medalist Gagan Narang. Gagan Narang is the shooting Academy in Pune itself.